Dening Wu Lohez on Loss, Grief, Financial Insecurity, and Embracing Life

Lee, Shelley A.
May 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;May2007, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
The article presents an interview with quantitative analyst Dening Wu Lohez, who is a candidate to become a certified financial planner. Topics discussed include what it was like to lose her husband during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City, when she started thinking about her financial situation after her husband's death, her work with a financial advisor after receiving money from the September 11 Victims Compensation Fund, and how she eventually moved forward with her life and career.


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